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Love Don't Live Here Anymore
by Chessly Lynn Nesci
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 ~Love Don't Live Here Anymore~
 No kisses or a stroll in the park
Forget about romance after dark
Always hiding not knowing when
Negative put downs would begin
Tried for many years to leave
No one wanted to believe…
The naked truth was sadly this
She never felt any marital bliss
Just a union made in pride
 To say that he had a bride
Kept her up on a dusty shelf
Then only thinking of himself
She started to rust from no love
Prayed every day to god above
When the time was right she walked out the door
Knowing that she was destined for so much more

                                    © Copyright 2011 Chessly Lynn Nesci  




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Reviewed by Shirley Houston
Very sad, but she knows that she's destined for more! Hope still prevails!
Reviewed by JMS Bell
Reviewed by Don Juan Amante
so very sad and well penned.
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen
Your words describe the loves many fall prey to. Only a pen this great comes from living it. Keep the faith
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
"when the time was right" just about nails this one. A story that rings true, sadly, for so many, but timing is everything in order to alleviate a lifetime of sadness and stress. If something has been wrong from the beginning, then it might seem that it just needs to end no question, but still, in order not to compound the damage all round, it's best to come to a place when the truth of the situation is acknowledged freely by all. Ah, but getting to that point of timing can be so difficult, perhaps... Refreshing and honest. xx
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
Indeed..sometimes it is forward and never back!
Hugs and Love,
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
Right on Spirit sister!!!! Time to take the high road, telling it like so many can hear and relate to, that's what your do best!

Listening to our inner voice, always a guidance to freedom and love.

Much peace, love and light,
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
I've known so many women faced with this–I hope you weren't. Like my ex used to say, “no more of this love shit. Next time I'm marrying for money.

Reviewed by Gene Williamson
Chessly, wonderfully executed evolution of the liberated woman.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva
BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
Men and women are a dime a dozen each. The goods ones? Gotta pay extra. Great write. Patrick
Reviewed by Laura Fall
A Touching write indeed Laura
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Nicely done and love the picture with it.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
A deeply sad story, yet sometimes leaving is the only way in order to open the door for opportunity...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
if you can get rid of "negative put downs" are one step closer to love.....and the door wide open...Good luck. ~ Morgan
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader)
i thik a lot of us reach these decisions based on self-centered fear, fear of losing what we have or not getting what we want. then we toil for years in hapless relationships, jobs, situations, and only when the pain reaches crescendo level do we finally take any kind of action. good writing my dear, perfect rhyme scheme....take care.
Reviewed by Jeffenise Robertson
Wow...I enjoyed your written expression
Reviewed by John Flanagan
Strong, positive approach, Chessly,
to a theme never easy to come to terms with.

Reviewed by TONY NERONE
Yes, you have so much talent to offer to this world. This wonderful rhyming poem is a great example of that.
LOVE and Peace
Reviewed by K. Mulroney
wow - can totally relate to this. Sometimes we are the loneliest in a roomful of people or right next to the one that said he/she loved us.It's a sad reality. To close to see the pain one causes another all in the name of love. Great piece, very smooth rhyming.
Reviewed by Nancy Taylor (Reader)
Nesci presents raw emotion in all of her writings. She reminds me somewhat of Sylvia Plath, who captured the world's pain and made it her own. Good work, Chessly.

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Reviewed by Mark Lichterman
Out of the frying pan, hopefully, into the light.
So much of what we write reveals so much of ourselves.
Reviewed by George Carroll
Smart woman
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
Yep. This happens more often than not it seem. Either one or the other uses marriage as a springboard for many different things. I sometimes wonder why people even bother getting married anymore. I've seen it time after time, they can live together wonderfully for four or five years and decide to finally get married. Within twelve months many of these marriages are in the divorce court. You wrote this well, Chessly.
Reviewed by Christine Tsen
Wonderful, courageous ending to this liberating poem!
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